Wednesday, March 3, 2010

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Low-Ćuprija masters sophisticated electronic sound sailed in ambient territory and made a little masterpiece of linking several vital characteristics of the genre with a metaphorical instrumental the plot through artistic diary of everyday life.

Only a month after a great EP entitled "Biomachina" Third I 19.i 2010th delivered to its new, this time complete dugosvirajući work that is almost 50 minutes. Publisher is re-Zagreb Circumanalis Records, and interestingly, the first edition was published only as an audio cassette in only 15 pieces, while the remaining curious audience offered download in limited numbers. Of course, I look for Third and publishers who will publish the cd.

As always, the Third and were pulled back into the concept that this time, thematically linked to the madness of everyday life, so some songs but with their very titles speak enough in favor of it. For example opening "Neurosis" with avant-garde jazz-piano melody, a moderate dance glitch track "Naked Souls" and "Wrong Child" ambient "Raison noir (crying time) with gooey women crying - lamentation, then slow-down ambijentalka" Dirty ( at the sea of \u200b\u200bdirt), or very disturbing "Cold estate. The album is divided in the context of the three short skit-instrumental "Passage One - DADA machine", "Passage Two - DADA alarm "," Passage Three (DADA compactor) separating the 4 chapters. The first is related to global climate neurotic human viewpoint, the other with emotional concerns, while the third and fourth based on the artistic, philosophical, abstract and futuristic designs. Emphasis on dadistički (and musical avant-garde) based principles are particularly evident in the third and fourth part of the album where a composition titled "Tristan Tzara" the pseudonym of the famous founder of Dadaism Romanian Sami Rostenstocka. Moreover, this is the very culmination of the album through the psychedelic decor in ambient house / chill-out pace that would give a soul to it the first four to five famous The Orb ambient albums from the 90s (especially "Orbus Terrarum" in 1995. and Orblivion "1997). The last part of the album with only one aware of minimalist dance compromise "Nylon (Fluxus and avant-garde)" (which is far more crucial than any Hollywood sign) provides two types of ambient pieces "CTPAX" and "Tabula rasa (an open box) in where the emphasis is placed on a mild form of electro / noise-industrial, while the last is very short izvodnik "It will end in silence!" point that the ambient soft and melodious way this time functions as a 'thread that adorns the work'. Cassette version contains two different versions of the song "How Satan Gets Into Your Head" that were previously posted on the split album with Mein Kinder (for Smell The Stench) and the first official Third Album "When Tomorrow Hits" from 2007.
Includes speaking, the album from head to toe wrapped in artistic attire through the delicate passages, elaborate environmental sequences and is devoid of unnecessary experiments that would be filled in 'neutral'. Definitely it is quite clear that the Third and the experimental band project grew into a leading perjanicu earthly electro style associated with many suffixes (noise, industrial, ambient, harsh, dark-wave ...), so the notion of experimenting with them a system of quantity provides quality has morphed into a recognizable stylistic bravura. S evenly adjusted odds ratio and underground creeping ambient chill-out pop, This album inspires in all respects, is filled with the spirit of the compact, which is gradually built through a sophisticated plot, the abstractions that have only formally surrealistic clearly outlined through a fine-tuned synthesis of minimalism and psychedelia with only occasional elements of vocal expression, so that the work fully meets the arts , and one ear melodious criteria. That Third and true musical opus is one step more earthly than the current electro scene and they confirmed this album, which dominate their perfect principles of construction materials that aspires to the unknown. The theme is secular and, as such, here is completely affected without any approximations, and therefore it does not seem not to mention that this is a of their best works by this time completely focused on the aesthetics of humanity no matter it is dark, depressing, alarming or atrificirana. Just a shame for this tandem that remains a pleasure for a small circle of his audience, but this material has a large enough potential that would be in some different circumstances, and elsewhere may reflect the very wide distances.

rating albums [1-10]: 9
horvi / / 02/03/2010


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